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Mini-Summit: ONOS [clear filter]
Tuesday, March 15


ONOS as a Distributed Systems Platform - Madan Jampani, ON.Lab
Modern software systems employ complex distributed systems protocols for providing fault-tolerance, scalability and logical consistency. However, building such systems while preserving performance and the ease of programmability is a tough challenge. It requires architecting a set of core distributed systems building blocks and exposing them via simple and easy to consume abstractions. Done right, these core building blocks can form the basis for a generic distributed systems platform on top of which a host of higher level frameworks such as network controllers and resource schedulers can be built. In this talk I will discuss how the core architecture of ONOS (Open Network Operating System) provides reusable abstractions for constructing other scalable and highly available distributed systems.


Madan Jampani

Distributed Systems Architect, ON Lab
Madan Jampani is a distributed systems architect working on ONOS and is an active contributor to the ONOS project. He has extensive experience in architecting scalable distributed software systems having been responsible for the architecture of Dynamo and several other software systems... Read More →

Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:35pm - 3:05pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center
Wednesday, March 16


System Testing - Suibin Zhang & Jon Hall, ON.Lab

System testing is an essential way to uncover issues that are difficult to anticipate at design time (a.k.a  “the unknown unknowns”). This talk will describe what we’ve developed in system test for ONOS. We will touch on the general continuous integration(CI) environment - tools and strategies. We will describe various test suites in the current ONOS system test. One of the key elements in this CI environment is the TestON framework - a tool for authoring and executing test cases. We will discuss further details on the TestON framework and how an ONOS test developer can develop and contribute test cases using this framework. Finally, we want to share some of the experiences and pitfalls in developing for the ONOS system test.

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Jon Hall

Software Engineer, Ciena
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Suibin Zhang

Director of Testing & QA, Open Networking Lav
Along with QA testing onos, we are building a system testing framework that can be used in generic SDN testing.

Wednesday March 16, 2016 3:25pm - 3:45pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center
Thursday, March 17


Adaptive Flow Monitoring & Selective DPI for ONOS - Taesang Choi, ETRI
To cope with the performance and scalability problem of current OpenFlow protocols flow statistics collection mechanism due to the per-flow based polling, AFM & SDPI provide algorithms, protocols, and facilities to collect flow statistics efficiently to reduce the overhead of controllers. AFM reduces overhead by adjusting flow collection rate adaptive to the characteristics of flow size. SDPI performs deep packet inspection to some specific flows (e.g., flows for premium service customers) for accurate application analysis or anomaly detection purposes. In this presentation, Taesang Choi will review the state-of-the-art of traffic flow monitoring for SDN, discuss the associated challenges, introduce the ONOS OPEN-TAM subproject that implements AFM & SDPI functionality, and describe experiences on the deployed use cases.


Thursday March 17, 2016 2:50pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom A Santa Clara Convention Center